A Foolish Love
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"A Foolish Love" is a 1981 film directed by Giorgos Panousopoulos.
- also known as Die Gegenüber, I Apenanti, Oi apenanti, The Woman Opposite
- genres: Romance Film, Drama
- released in (34 years ago)
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Entick's New Spelling Dictionary ... Carefully revised, corrected, and improved, by John Robinson (1834)
by John ENTICK, John ROBINSON (Schoolmaster, of London.)
Newfangledness, s, a foolish love of novelty. New fashioned, a lately come into fashion, fine. New grown, a lately grown, just sprung up. New"ly, ad freshly, lately, just or even now. Newmodel, v. a. to form or make anew. New'ness, s. freshness, ...
Teaching to Write and Pronounce the English Tongue with Ease and Propriety, in Wich Each Word is Accented According to Its Just and Natural Pronunciation ... with a List of Proper Names of Men and Women ..., Towich is Prefixed a Gammatical Introduction to the English Tongue by John Entick, William Crakelt
a foolish love of novelty [kle NcwTafhioned, a. lately come into fashion, fine New'grown, part, lately' grown, just ...
The New Spelling Dictionary ... Revised, Corrected, and Enlarged Throughout. To which is Now Added, a Catalogue of Words of Similar Sounds, But of Different Spellings and Significations. By the Rev. W. Crakelt (1784)
by John ENTICK, William CRAKELT
a foolish love of novelty Newfash'ioned, a. lately come into fashion Newsel, s. the upright in a staircafe New'grown, part, lately grown or sprung up ...
The New Spelling Dictionary (1780)
by John Entick
a foolish love of noveity Ncw'el ,/. the upright in a stair cafe Newly, ad. freshly, lately Newness,/, freshness, a reformation, ...
The New Spelling Dictionary, Teaching to Write and Pronounce the English Tongue ... To which is Prefixed, a Grammatical Introduction ... A New Edition. Revised, Corrected, and Enlarged Throughout. To which is ... Added, A Catalogue of Words of Similar Sounds ... By William Crakelt (1787)
by John ENTICK
a foolish love of novelty [kle New'fashioned, a. lately come into fashion, fine New'grown, pa-rt. lately grown,_just sprung up New'ly, ad. freshly, lately, just now , ...
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